DIGITAL I "CAN" Games for Math & Grammar!

Make learning interactive and FUN!

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WHAT IS AN I CAN GAME?

I CAN Digital Games are the perfect way to make math interactive & fun! ALL Digital "I Can" Games come in 3 formats: PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Google Forms! They are perfect for independent practice, whole-class review, small group games, and progress monitoring.

PERFECT FOR...

  • Small-Group Game
  • Independent Practice
  • Whole Group Review Game (smartboard)
  • Early Finishers
  • Google Classroom (or any other learning platform)
  • Distance Learning
  • Test Prep

WHY TEACHERS LOVE THEM!

  • There are a variety of question types for each standard.
  • The PowerPoint and Google Slides version are interactive and highly engaging!
  • The Google Forms version automatically grades your students' work and helps you collect data.
  • Progress Monitoring is made simple with the included "progress monitoring checklist" in each game.
  • They are such a versatile tool and can be used in so many different ways!
  • Because there are so many questions in each game, they can be repeatedly used throughout the school year!

THESE "I CAN" GAMES ARE AVAILABLE FOR...

MATH

GRADES K-10

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WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING...

This product is easy to use and implement. The students always love the pictures and activities! I can't wait to continue using this in person with my students when school resumes in person!

~ Mallory K.

The I CAN math games are easy to digitally implement, and my students love them! I especially like that there are several ways to use them. Awesome! (I bought the 3rd grade bundle, too!)

~ Dunn 4 You

I just put two of these games in my Google Classroom and already I'm getting positive feedback from my students. They love the format and the look! It's so easy for them to use!

~ Second Grade Fun

A personal goal of mine is to include games for learning whenever possible. That has become slightly more difficult with distance learning. This has provided my class with the option to have a little fun while learning. There are many practice options so that I feel like the students were able to practice the skill, but they forget about that as they are having fun while working! Double-win!

~ Anna Marie W.

I just assigned my students the "Central Tendency" Google Form practice today. They are studying for a quiz on Friday. The students have about 40 or so problems that they can practice to get ready for their quiz. This saved me a ton of time and my students get immediate feedback. #winning

~ Jessica P.

I love having the option of using the Google Slides or Google Forms version. I used the forms version for distance learning and plan on using the Slides version in the fall. Thank you for this awesome resource!

~ Lisa K.

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